Have you tried working with a single reliable and well-organized developer? It’s easy to work fast with a single developer: communications are quick and effortless, you can use a simple chat app, task management tool like Trello, and that’s enough. You are focused on the product, while the developer is focused on writing the code, and everything is perfect. But one developer is limited in terms of what he can accomplish within a specific period. And if you are hiring more developers, things instantly go wild: you must dedicate a huge amount of time to hiring, managing, improving communications, team building, etc. You can’t focus on your product as much as you did before, because now you have so many things to think about.
There is an alternative.
Only a single project manager will be working with you directly. This person will be your tech advisor; he will supply you with as many developers as you need. He also will help you brainstorm new features, find solutions and plan releases.
Just give us your ideas! We’ll manage everything in the right order based on your business needs and requirements. You do not have to bother about releases: with our advanced devops techniques you’ll always have beta version live where you can observe all the changes that have been applied up to date. You can initiate production release whenever you want.
You will have access to personalized dashboard where you can observe the tasks queue, time spendings, various development efficiency metrics, how many bugs are revealed, how much time spent on development, testing, debugging, refactoring etc. Want more depth? All logs and errors will be stored in Google Stackdriver where you can observe what exactly is happening with your product.
Everyone who works on the project must have a crystal-clear picture of what it is supposed to become. We pay close attention to this aspect, and therefore we do not overrun deadlines. And guess what! It doesn’t mean we are spending excessive amounts of time on this. We use Sketch to design UI. With its advanced features like Sketch Libraries we are reducing time spent on design and at the same time greatly improving quality. Some of our Sketch Libraries are available in our Github profile. As for documentation, we are using Flowdocs. It is short and efficient, it can describe all possible ways to perform an action within UI and, unlike all those huge diagrams, it works perfectly with GIT version control.
Do you need proof of concept? You shouldn’t risk your money and time developing MVP (Minimum Viable Product). Consider asking us to build Prototype instead. Basically, Prototype is an interactive design where you can navigate through different screens, observe animations, etc. Show it to your customers and ask them if they are willing to pay for it. Then MVP!
React JS with REDUX is our tool of choice for dynamic webapps. It is popular, incredibly fast, flexible, and therefore is one of the best dynamic webapps solutions so far. Check out our ReactJS boilerplate in our Github profile.
React-native is the best solution for cross-platform mobile applications right now. It combines the simplicity of development with native code performance. In rare cases, when react-native is not covering our clients’ needs, we build native modules with Objective-C and Java. Boilerplate is here.
Node JS is well suited for applications with a lot of concurrent connections, and each request only needs a few CPU cycles, because the event loop (with all the other clients) is blocked during execution of a function. Boilerplate is here.
Google Cloud Platform is awesome. It provides us with everything: container/compute engines, load balancing, huge amounts of data processing, analytics, logging, machine learning, serverless architecture, etc. And beautiful documentation.
We have staging deployments, which means you (and your beta testers) will have access to the product before it being deployed to production environment. It includes mobile apps (Test Flight for App Store and Beta for Google Play). The rest is usual: quick production deployments, automated tests, etc.